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    Hi Mel, Yes, we're still alive. Just about! ...

    Hi Mel,

    Yes, we're still alive. Just about!

    Is your "MT4 expert" the sort of thing you'd like to make publicly available?

    Jim
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    Because you hadn't successfully completed the...

    Because you hadn't successfully completed the elaborate tests designed to distinguish "spambots" from "humans"!
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    Hi Joerg, If you're new to JForex, what...

    Hi Joerg,

    If you're new to JForex, what platform(s) have you used in the past, and why the interest in Java/JForex now?

    It's been a while since I've done any JForex programming personally. By...
  4. Will New Regulations "Stabilise" the Financial Markets?

    Whether you're a manual trend follower or an HFT shop co-located at the Merc it is essential to take a view on the long term trends in world markets. In a new guest post on the Trading Gurus blog...
  5. Have you ever thought of getting in contact with...

    Have you ever thought of getting in contact with the forum owner somehow? Spambots aren't very good at that sort of thing!
  6. Thread: Bitcoin trading

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    Newsweek claim to have unmasked Satoshi Nakamoto!...

    Newsweek claim to have unmasked Satoshi Nakamoto!

    http://mag.newsweek.com/2014/03/14/bitcoin-satoshi-nakamoto.html
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    Apparent Theft at Mt. Gox Shakes Bitcoin World...

    Apparent Theft at Mt. Gox Shakes Bitcoin World! According to the New York Times:



    The BTC price has clawed its way back above 500 after the sudden shock!
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    More interesting bitcoin news, after a fashion. I...

    More interesting bitcoin news, after a fashion. I noticed a few new symbols on my LMAX demo account this morning - BTC/USD, BTC/GBP and BTC/USD. However LMAX assure me they are merely exploring the...
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    In the latest news, eToro (http://Bitcoin CFDs)...

    In the latest news, eToro now offers Bitcoin CFDs, and it sounds like UFXMarkets will do soon. Plus500 now offer Litecoin CFDs also.

    Also a long bitcoin article in Bloomberg Businessweek: The...
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    Or a car...

    Or a car? A Tesla, not an Aston Martin or Lamborghini! How about a degree in digital currency?

    Perhaps I should have explained my point at greater length? I didn't actually mean "what would you...
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    Here's what the European Banking Authority said...

    Here's what the European Banking Authority said recently:


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    and here's what OANDA said earlier in the year:



    If you did manage to show a profit on paper "live trading" bitcoin,...
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    "ICBIT currently is in process of incorporating...

    "ICBIT currently is in process of incorporating in an offshore jurisdiction. If you are a lawyer willing to help us - please let us know, we need your help." - Doesn't inspire a vast amount of...
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    Hi Chinmay, Welcome to the Trading Gurus...

    Hi Chinmay,

    Welcome to the Trading Gurus community!

    I personally wouldn't let Sid loose with any real money of mine on any market in any country. He's more of an educational robot than a money...
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    Modeling high-frequency limit order book dynamics with support vector machines

    A new academic paper has been published on the above topic:

    http://www.math.fsu.edu/~aluffi/archive/paper462.pdf
  15. It is now possible to beta test object oriented...

    It is now possible to beta test object oriented MQL4 expert advisors on a MetaQuotes demo account. Here's the instructions on how to do so, translated from the original Russian by Ovo on the MQL4...
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    The Trading Gurus Fractal/Pivots Indicator

    Fractals have recently been mentioned as a way of fine tuning the exits of a volume based trading strategy, based on prior support and resistance. Having been prompted, here's our very own version...
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    Hi Baguette, You're quick off the mark! Thanks...

    Hi Baguette,

    You're quick off the mark! Thanks very much for doing some backtesting and then posting your results.

    It certainly looks promising, but we need a bit more information in order to...
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    Volume Based Trading

    Here's a new MT4 EA copied with permission from a thread over on LinkedIn entitled "The Pros and Cons of MetaTrader"

    The following specification was produced by Boris Anderer:



    The code was...
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    Hi Baguette, Long time no see! EZL =...

    Hi Baguette,

    Long time no see! EZL = "EasyLanguage". A famous name in the annals of automated trading history, but not really a professional programming language. In case it's of interest, there's...
  20. Thread: Seasonalities

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    Thanks for all these test results Pete, More...

    Thanks for all these test results Pete,

    More from me when things have quietened down a bit at this end. Amongst other things I currently find myself embroiled on LinkedIn once again, in what is...
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    Hi Frank, Thanks for the heads up! I have to...

    Hi Frank,

    Thanks for the heads up! I have to admit I've never looked closely at day trading gold. Maybe now is the time?

    Pete's video notwithstanding, has "buy gold on a Friday" worked just as...
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    Frank - I fear it will take me a while longer to...

    Frank - I fear it will take me a while longer to provide a sensible answer to your question. Today I accepted MultiCharts offer to upgrade to version 8.7. Now it tells me:



    It seems I'm not the...
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    @Frank - Thanks for starting this discussion, and...

    @Frank - Thanks for starting this discussion, and you were right about the absence of an appropriate sub-forum! I've created this new one which hopefully will suffice, for the moment at least.
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    I'm currently MultiCharts-less in Warsaw, so a...

    I'm currently MultiCharts-less in Warsaw, so a definitive answer will have to wait until next week I'm afraid. I did note before departing that even using the "bar magnifier" the MultiCharts test...
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    Thanks for that Pete. Have you ever experimented...

    Thanks for that Pete. Have you ever experimented with Octave and/or R? We're not all well paid academics you know!



    I also believe it helps. See for example (MQL4 not EZL I'm afraid!):
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